Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
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Arrived at Squamish about lunch time and had a look around.....another pretty little town. First stop was to sort out a bike for Todd as he was planning on hitting some of the XC (Cross Country) trails that Squamish had to offer. Todd had booked a guide to take him, the guide was from the UK married a Canadian and now living in Squamish....you hear similar stories all across ...
... to the city of Victoria....the main street Governor street is veryBritish....we went to an Irish pub and had Harp larger and very tasty clam chowder ( better than the last time I had clam chowder in Fisherman's Bay in San Francisco. We wandered through the Empress Hotel....saw people having HighTea...nice ...but nothing like the high tea at the Ritz London ( they have a three month waiting for high tea ). We talked with an American guy who had lived in ...
The excitement is finally hitting me!! Free time all to myself!! Thanks to my girls last night for a Bon voyage send off and pre-birthday!! Jess and kaitlin at six acres for my beautiful card! My parents and baby sister for taking me to the airport!!! Feeling the love. Here's some inspiration for me and you too! Check out this video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9cNtrrC P0E&feature=youtube_gdata_player Love my friends at Air Canada!!! Business ...
... with the "small" cup being what I would normally call a bucket. I took the large coffee and made it half way thru before tossing it out
Granville Island is a really nice art and craft place. We saw lots of nice natural timber pieces of furniture that would have been tempting if we lived a little closer. Also some lovely leatherwork, bags etc. the most amazing thing we saw was a musical chair thing. It was like a wrap around chair with a harp built into the back. Called ...
... Only being 45 minutes from Vancouver also, its a perfect destination.
While we were staying in Squamish, we were lucky enough to take a trip to Whistler, one of the largest and most advanced snowboarding area in Canada. Ryan and I attempted to sneak onto the mountain without passes as they are almost $100 a day each. We were unsuccessful. We were a bit dissapointed but still had a great day. I bought a new snowboard jacket, which turned out ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking